When I first found out I was pregnant at about 4 weeks I had absolutely no symptoms at all. Then a few days later I had some cramping. At about week 5 and a half I noticed smells really bothered me and I would heave. Then I started throwing up prenatals and would be nauseated randomly, as well as pee a lot and sore breasts. I finally switched to some prenatals my nurse prescribed. I lost my MS for a day several days ago and was worried, then it came back full force on me and I was nauseated all day long. I came down with a cold last Monday, and was a little nauseated after drinking lots of water but nothing major. I had my second ultrasound the next day and ranged at 7.5 weeks (I had spotted two weeks before and have had to have early stuff done - all was well then) and all was well now. Baby had a heart beat of 164bpm and the nurse said everything looked fine.
But since Thanksgiving day I haven't really been sick or nauseated. Not even by smells! My husband and I drove 4 hours to Delaware to visit his family and I was fine other than mildly carsick, I still haven't experienced any nausea. My boobs really aren't sore and all I have is occasional cramping, usually if I sit for a long time or eat too much, and I still feel the urge to pee frequently. I'm normally not the type to worry myself silly over NOT being sick...but now I'm getting a little concerned. My OBGYN appt is on the 30th but should I call the nurse Monday when they open? Or should I relax? You hear so many stories about how losing symptoms is a horrible sign and I don't know if I should be thoroughly worried or not. :( I feel like almost 8 weeks is a little too soon to start recovering from MS and stuff but maybe I'm just paranoid. Has anyone else experienced this?
Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 8:14 PM on Nov. 27, 2010
Answer by MELRN at 8:49 PM on Nov. 27, 2010
Answer by FluffyMamaBunny at 9:52 PM on Nov. 27, 2010